Search button

Need Advice? Call us now on:

0845 050 1958


Request a Call Back
Commercial contracts farleys solicitors llp

Commercial Contracts

Commercial Contracts

In the day-to-day running of your business, it is important to regulate and document your business relationships. To do this the agreements you have with your suppliers, customers, distributors, agents and your employees must be drafted in a way which properly protects your business interests.

It may be necessary for you to rely upon these agreements in the event of a dispute and in such circumstances a court will scrutinise and interpret each and every term.

At the same time it is vital that your agreements provide a framework in which the parties can properly carry on business together without undue regulation.

Farleys Solicitors LLP have expert knowledge and detailed experience in the drafting of all types of commercial contracts and can provide you with legal advice and the necessary documentation for:

  • Intellectual Property Agreements and Licences
  • Distribution and Supply Agreements
  • Agency Agreements
  • Information Technology Agreements
  • Standard Terms and Conditions
  • Hiring and Leasing Contracts
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Warranties
  • Franchise Agreements

Contact a Commercial Contracts Solicitor

To speak to a commercial contracts solicitor at Farleys Solicitors LLP please contact us by email or call us now on 0333 331 4949.

Awards we're proud of

Related Articles

Preparing for Brexit – Top Five Tips for Businesses

The UK is scheduled to leave the European Union at 11pm UK time on Friday 29th March 2019, though a European Court has ruled that the UK can...

Read More
Stephen Greenwood Partner

Securing Payment and Delivery in International Sale of Goods Transactions

There are various methods by which importers and exporters can address the tensions between a buyer and seller concerning payment for goods ...

Read More
Stephen Greenwood Partner

What does the e-signature’s rise to prominence mean for commercial contracts?

In 1677 Parliament passed the Statute of Frauds, an Act which made it compulsory for a correctly executed contract to bear the written signa...

Read More
Stevi Hoyle Trainee Solicitor

Get in touch

Request a Call Back

Call us now on:

0845 050 1958